Hot Spring

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Hot Spring
Death Mountain Hot Spring.jpg
Death Mountain's hot spring in Twilight Princess
Game(s) Majora's Mask
Twilight Princess
Item(s) Hot Spring Water

A Hot Spring is a recurring location in the Zelda series, first appearing in Majora's Mask.



Majora's Mask

The hot spring inside the Goron Graveyard

In Majora's Mask, hot springs are vital to proceed through the game. Link must obtain Hot Spring Water to unfreeze the Goron Elder, who will teach him the "Goron Lullaby." The main hot spring is found inside the Goron Graveyard, located atop the Mountain Village. However, in order to reveal the hot spring, Link as a Goron must pull back Darmani's grave, which will immediately make the hot spring flow. The young hero can return to the graveyard at any time to store more hot spring water in an empty bottle.

There are only two other hot springs in the game. One is located within a Secret Grotto in the second island of the Twin Islands, right before the bridge that leads to the Goron Village. The other is found Beneath the Well in Ikana Canyon, where one of the Gibdos guarding the way forward requests that Link bring to him hot spring water.

Kakariko's Hot Spring from Twilight Princess

Twilight Princess

In Twilight Princess, there are two hot springs: one in Kakariko Village and another one in Death Mountain. The Kakariko Hot Spring is located atop the Elde Inn and is merely a small pond.[1] Link can only reach it via the Elde Inn. The bigger of the two hot springs is the one situated in Death Mountain, which is a popular spot for Gorons.[2] There is also a Goron Shop located in the far end of the hot spring.

Other than being able to store hot springwater for later use, hot springs are useful for completely recovering Link's health.[3]


  1. "Kakariko Hot Spring / Anyone and everyone is welcome. Soak slowly to warm your heart!" — Sign (Twilight Princess)
  2. "Without sumo matches, the hot spring is the only thing we have to look forward to, Brother." — A Goron (Twilight Princess)
  3. "Sitting in a hot spring warms up your body and soul...and gradually fills you up with energy, Brother." — A Goron (Twilight Princess)
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Language Name
Spanish Spain Manantial caliente
French France Source chaude
German Germany heißen Quelle